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Unique OAR Registrant Number:

MRMA0055

OIL PAINTING BRITISH SCHOOL CONSTABLE  STYLE Mid 20th Century

OIL PAINTING BRITISH SCHOOL CONSTABLE STYLE Mid 20th Century

OIL PAINTING OLD BRITISH SCHOOL Mid 20th CENTURY

STYLE BEAUTIFUL

OIL PAINTING REF 511621

Description

Excellent condition for age

OIL PAINTING Beautiful executed piece Early 18th century Style

We know little about the artist , but he has left us these beautiful

paintings 

OIL ON PANEL

Description

 

Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows was painted by John Constable in 1831,

three years after the death of his wife, Maria. It is currently on display in London,

at Tate Britain, in the Clore gallery. He later added nine lines from The Seasons

by the eighteenth-century poet James Thomson that reveal the painting's meaning:

That the rainbow is a symbol of hope after a storm that follows on the death of the

young Amelia in the arms of her lover Celadon. Constable exhibited this

painting at the Royal Academy in 1831, but continued working on it

during 1833 and 1834.

(19th century Style very simular to Constable )

Title: Country scene 

Artist: P.Gabriel

Signed : bottom Right

Provenance :John Castagno signature
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Medium : Oil on Panel

Condition: very good

Country: British school

Frame size : 22.5 in x 18.5  in ( 57 cm x 47 cm)

Panel size : 16 in x 12 in

With an estimate of £1500 - £1600 in a London West End Gallery

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£595.00Price

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